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Osprey - Valentine Infantry Tank 1938-45

$17.00 USD
By Bruce Newsome This unique book describes the evolution of the Valentine infantry tank and weighs up its impact on the battlefield. The Valentine was the most produced and most widely used British tank of the Second World War.

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By Bruce Newsome

This unique book describes the evolution of the Valentine infantry tank and weighs up its impact on the battlefield.

The Valentine was the most produced and most widely used British tank of the Second World War. The Valentine first saw combat during Operation Compass in November 1941 and remained one of the main medium tanks in British service into 1943. As the Churchill became more prevalent the Valentine was relegated to specialist and tank-destroyer variants, which would remain in service in the Far East to the end of the war.

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Valentine Infantry Tank 1938-45 - The Tank Museum
Macmillan/ Osprey Publishing

Osprey - Valentine Infantry Tank 1938-45

$17.00 USD

By Bruce Newsome

This unique book describes the evolution of the Valentine infantry tank and weighs up its impact on the battlefield.

The Valentine was the most produced and most widely used British tank of the Second World War. The Valentine first saw combat during Operation Compass in November 1941 and remained one of the main medium tanks in British service into 1943. As the Churchill became more prevalent the Valentine was relegated to specialist and tank-destroyer variants, which would remain in service in the Far East to the end of the war.

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